An infectious disease specialist explains why you need the latest COVID-19 vaccine and who should get it ASAP.
Wondering whether its RSV, the flu or COVID-19? Learn how to tell the difference — or if it could be more than one infection at a time.
An infectious disease specialist explains why and how COVID-19 is still dangerous, especially to our most vulnerable populations.
Learn how to help your child stay safe from COVID-19, the cold and flu, and other germs.
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It’s not that Paxlovid itself tastes terrible. But in some people, a side effect of the medication is a lingering, unpleasant taste in your mouth that just won’t seem to go away. But it’s important to finish out your course of treatment.
The U.S. President ended the national public health emergency declaration on May 11, 2023. But that doesn’t mean the pandemic’s over. Find out what it does mean and how it affects you.
COVID-19 and RSV aren’t actually related, and one can’t cause the other. We asked an infectious disease specialist to explain how they’re different, and why those differences matter.
Monoclonal antibodies were once used as a tool to fight against COVID-19 infection. An infectious disease specialist explains how now, other treatment options are proving more effective.
Today, COVID-19 treatments are available both in and out of the hospital. An infectious disease expert explains all the options, as well as what to know about each.
We talked to a cardiologist to learn more about what palpitations are, why people frequently experience them during and after COVID-19 infection, and what to do about them.